Alan Mendelsohn, the Boy from Mars Resources & Further Study

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Card, Orson Scott. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 76, 1 (January 1989): 39. Highly recommends Alan Mendelsohn, the Boy from Mars.

"D(aniel) M(anus) Pinkwater." In Contemporary Literary Criticism. Volume 35. Edited by Daniel G. Marowski, Roger Matuz, and Jane E. Neidhardt. Detroit: Gale Research, 1985, pp. 317-321. A gathering of snippets from reviews of Pinkwater's novels.

Haskell, Ann S. "The Fantastic Mr. Pinkwater." New York Times Book Review (April 29,1979):32, 43. About Alan Mendelsohn, the Boyfrom Mars, she says, "The writing is adequate, no more, no less. But for imaginative plot and decorative detail, Mr. Pinkwater's scores go off the charts."

Hearne, Betsy. Booklist 75, 19 (June 1, 1979): 1493. Hearne finds both plot and characterization to be poor in Alan Mendelsohn, the Boy from Mars.

Lantz, Fran. Klatt Young Adult Paperback Book Guide 15, 6 (September 1981): 14. Lantz says, of Alan Mendelsohn, the Boy from Mars, ". . . well , maybe you'd better just read the book. It's terrific! And then...

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